Mumbai: Ayush Raina, who made his directorial debut with "Horror Story", says his next movie is titled "Haunting At Bombay Mill", and he will be shooting for it at some real locations.
"The backdrop of the story is Mumbai, so the film will be widely shot in Mumbai and, yes, in bits and pieces we are planning to shoot in some real locations as well. The mills today in Mumbai are not in a great state, so it would not be easy to take the crew there and shoot the entire film. We will start shooting in the next couple of days," Raina told reporters.
"Haunting At Bombay Mill" is being made in association with Team Pentacle, a group dedicated to Paranormal Research and UFOlogy in India, to make horror films based on real life investigations.
Talking about the film's storyline, Raina said: "Six months ago, there was an investigator who looked at one of the mills and shared his experiences with us. That's when we decided to make a film on it.
"As far as the casting of the film is concerned, we have a wonderful team including Kainat Arora, Feryna Wazheir and Nandu Madhav. I am looking forward to working with them."